Stephen F. Cohen is a Professor of Russian Studies and History Emeritus at NYU, and Professor of Politics Emeritus at Princeton University. He is among the most distinguished scholars of Russian history in the United States, and is internationally recognized for his academic works on Russian and Soviet political history since 1917. Cohen is also an expert on Russian-American relations, and has for decades contributed both domestically and abroad in shedding light on the two countries’ political and historical relationship.
- Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives
- Failed Crusade: America and the Tragedy of Post-Communist Russia
- The Victims Return: Survivors of the Gulag after Stalin
In the first half, Stephen F. Cohen, Professor of Russian Studies and History Emeritus at NYU, addressed the latest military and political developments in Russia, the threat of nuclear alerts, and the role of Putin in the ongoing geopolitical chess game. In the latter half, mythologist and futurist William Henry discussed how four "mystical" technologies are converging to create a... More »Host: George Noory
Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe discussed whether Earth is getting ready for a magnetic flip, a mysterious protective force field, and evidence for the survival of consciousness beyond death. First hour guest, author and scholar of Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, Stephen F. Cohen, suggested that the US may be closer to war with Russia than any time since the Cuban missile... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, a leading scholar of Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, media commentator, and the author of several widely acclaimed books, Stephen F. Cohen discussed the current dynamics of the U.S. relationship with Russia. In the latter half, former war correspondent for NBC News, Brad Willis, (now known as Bhava Ram) shared his amazing journey from hardened broadcast journalist, to... More »Host: George Noory